Student Life Cycle Management

G.I. Jobs Awards U of Central Arkansas As Military Friendly School

G.I. Jobs, the premier magazine for military personnel transitioning into civilian life, has awarded the University of Central Arkansas the designation of Military Friendly School.

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Western Michigan University Sees Fewer New Freshmen, But Increase In International, Minority Students

While Western Michigan University saw a slight increase in enrollment this fall, the number of minority, international and transfer students grew faster.

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North Dakota State U, U of North Dakota Top Importer Of Minnesota High School Grads

North Dakota State University and UND continue to be the top importer of Minnesota high school graduates, according to a new report. The same report also shows that Minnesota State University Moorhead and Minnesota State Community and Technical College are among the top 10 Minnesota schools to import high school graduates from other states.

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Pay for Only 4 Years of College. Guaranteed.

The new student, along with a parent and the college president, could sign a special agreement that is emerging at some colleges and universities: As long as the student keeps up with academic work and meets regularly with advisers, the college guarantees that earning a degree there will take no more than four years.

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Central Baptist College Enrollment Reaches Record Number

For the first time in the history of Central Baptist College, enrollment has topped the 850 mark.

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Utah Valley University To Impose Enrollment Standards, App Deadlines

For the first time, Utah Valley University will impose enrollment standards next fall, insisting freshman arrive with a minimum 2.5 GPA and a composite ACT score of at least 19, then maintain a C average to advance.

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Iowa State University Reports Record Enrollment

A record number of students are enrolled at Iowa State University this fall, while enrollment at the University of Iowa increased slightly a year after a large influx of freshmen, fall-term enrollment data released Wednesday show.

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Kentucky Cites Progress In College Degrees, Graduation Rates

The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education and many of the state's leaders, including Gov. Steve Beshear and Senate President David Williams, appeared Wednesday at an event touting Kentucky's higher education progress during the last decade.

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